If you decide to get insulation for your home, what are you more concerned about? You probably want a company with:
● Easy to use Spray Foam
● Excellent products, services and support
● Fast delivery
● The ability to save you time and money
Come to Eco-Energy Spray Foam, and all these are guaranteed. We always go the extra mile to give our customers the best of everything.
Our Spray Foam Comes with Lifetime Warranty of 25 years!
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Our Spray Foam Insulations
- Offers high quality insulating properties – in comparison to other insulation materials.
- Adds strength to any kind of structure
- Does not break down over time
- Great fit for any cavity design
- Provides better air seal and insulation overall – so no voids or gaps remain
- Eliminates air infiltration into a building or home.
- Cost savings on monthly energy bills.
- Prevents external pollutants from entering a building and therefore makes a home healthier and more comfortable.
- Eliminate heat loss due to air movement.
- Reduces the potential of mildew and moulds in building materials.
Should You Purchase Our Open Cell Or Closed Cell Foam?
It may be tricky to choose what type of insulation service you should use. Both types of Spray foams insulate a space but do it in different ways. Let’s help you pick the best one for your building.
What’s the Difference Between Closed Cell and Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation?
While one is not necessarily better than the other, these two spray foam insulations differ in strengths and weaknesses. It all has to do with you knowing the type that best fits your needs and understanding their benefits.
Spray insulation is called open cell or closed cell depending on the difference between the small bubbles that make up the foam.
In Open cell foam, the cells are left open on purpose. This makes the foam material softer and more flexible.
Closed-cell foam is made up of cells that are pressed together and completely closed so that moisture and air cannot get inside it. Closed-cell foam is also much more stable and rigid than open-cell foam due to this characteristic.
This is one of the most important differences when it comes to application. Closed-cell foam is designed in such a way that when sprayed, it expands to about one inch of thickness. Each inch offers an R-value of 7, which makes the foam applicable multiple times for higher total R-values.
Open-cell foam, on the other hand, is designed to expand to three inches of thickness, meaning in most standard walls, only one application is possible.
Closed-cell foam is much denser than open-cell foam. A lot of open-cell foams have a density of around five pounds per cubic foot. Closed-cell foam can reach 1.75 pounds per cubic foot or more and can be more than three times that of open-cell foam.
A foam’s R-value indicates how resistant the foam is to heat flow or to say it better, how well they insulate.
Open-cell foam has a lower R-value than closed-cell foam, usually about six per inch. However, some variations of the latter may record way higher ratings that go up to seven per inch. This higher rating allows the closed-cell foam to keep the heat in or out of a building better.
Open-cell foam can have an R-value of about 3.5 per inch. This is significantly lower than a closed-cell foam and can place a limit on the effectiveness of open-cell insulations in extreme temperatures.
With that said, which of the two should you choose? Open-cell foam or closed-cell foam. It depends on the factors below:
● The location of the house or building.
● The insulation goals.
● The size of your budget.
Our modern 4G spray foam insulation covers Lofts, Underfloor, Walls, Retrofit, New Builds and Commercial Properties.
UPGRADE YOUR EFFICIENCY
One of the best ways to retrofit your existing home is to eliminate the uncontrolled flow of air and moisture that moves in and out of the structure.
When retrofitting your home you should look at your biggest point of energy loss, your attic. Sealing this with spray foam insulation will greatly enhance your comfort and provide savings for your home’s lifespan.
KEY BENEFITS OF SPRAY FOAM
• Significantly reduce your energy bills
• Improve air quality & Indoor comfort
• Eliminate hot and cold spots
• Reduce infiltration of pollutants, allergens and other asthma triggers
• Longevity, as Lapolla spray foam lasts a building’s lifetime
• Minimizing unwanted exterior noise
THERMAL IMAGERY HEAT LOSS
An effective way to determine the heat loss or gain in a building envelope is by using thermal imaging. This identifies leaks where air may be entering or exiting a building..
In example shown of a English home with poorly insulated roof (heat loss shown in orange/red area) and after image sorted with spray foam insulation applied in loft area.
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Why Should You Choose Eco-Energy Spray Foam Insulation?
- Help you save money on energy bills
- Help to keep a constant temperature
- Protect you from the cold.
For Spray foams for your Lofts, under floors, Walls, New Build and Commercial Properties, Eco-Energy Spray Foam Insulation is the way to go.
SPRAY FOAM INSULATIONS
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Have a look through some of our sample spray foam installs and see the benefit you could be having too when you use our services.
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